Posted by Radical Resurgence | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 22-01-2014
It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.
~ Upton Sinclair
The Anabaptists were persecuted by both the Catholic and Protestant streams of Christianity.
They didn’t believe in the institutionalization of the church, including a clergy/laity divide.
This got them into hot water with organized Christianity.
Many contemporary pastors are leaving the pastorate for similar reasons. They are experiencing a crisis of conscience.
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Links on Jon Zens, an ex-pastor:
View Jon Zens’s professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world’s largest business network, helping professionals like Jon Zens discover inside …
… as a clear mandate to silence women in the church for over 1500 years. In What’s With Paul & Women? Jon Zens exposes the fallacies of this interpretation.
Sep 21, 2010 – One of my favorite theologians is Jon Zens. Jon edits the quarterly periodical called Searching Together, formerly known as the Baptist …
Adam Zens and Bo Bennet interview Dr. Jon Zens. Jon explains why he doesn’t think that Paul is sexist and …
Oct 17, 2013 – Gatherings In The Early Church. By Jon Zens. Sharing Christ with One Another, Not Listening to a Pulpit Monologue. Although I have problems …
May 7, 2011 – Author Jon Zens joined in earlier today at Jocelyn Andersen’s Blog Talk … In his Introduction to No Will of My Own, Jon states, “In this case, …
Read “Four Tragic Shifts in the Visible Church” by Jon Zens. Download for free. See our review.
Aug 15, 2011 – This is the kind of thing that makes you go “Hmmm….” Or…. “Are you kidding me?” Related Post: The Pastor-Teacher: One Calling, One Office